Morning roundup

Top Stories: Russian Meteor; Olympic Runner Charged With Murder

Good morning, here are our early stories:

'No Link' Between Meteor That Hurt Hundreds And Asteroid About To Fly By.

'Blade Runner' Pistorius In Tears As Murder Charge Is Filed.

And here are more early headlines:

Disabled Cruise Ship Docks, Thousands Of People Disembark. (ABC)

Egyptian Officials Discover Tons Of Explosives Headed For Sinai Desert. (AP)

North Korea Said To Be 'Upgrading' Rocket Launch Pad. (BBC)

U.N. Says 40,000 Flee Renewed Fighting In Eastern Syria. (Reuters)

Zimbabwe To Vote March 16th On Controversial Draft Constitution. (AllAfrica.com)

Strikes At Two German Airports Delay Flights For Hundreds Of Travelers. (Deustche Welle)

New British Tests Turn Up More Horsemeat In Fresh Beef Products. (Guardian)

Veterans' Agency Will Permit Same-Sex Burial At Military Cemetery. (CNN)

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